Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today; 13th June

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Punch

Restore WAI to protect environment, group urges FG

A civil rights organisation, One Environment, has called on President MuhammaduBuhari, to re-enact the popular ‘War Against Indiscipline’, to protect the environment and enhance its sustainability.

Guardian

Umahi compensates flood victims in Ebonyi

Ebonyi State suffered another natural disaster at the weekend as heavy downpour wreaked havoc on the capital city of Abakaliki and other areas of the state.

Thisday

Retrenchment: FG Invites Banks for Dialogue

The Federal Government has invited the banks for dialogue in order to chart the way forward.

The Sun

CCT trial has not affected my job –Saraki

THE 8th National Assembly will today mark its first anniversary. In this interview, the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki who also marks his one year in office x-rayed the journey so far.

Daily Times

Lagos pays N561m for 44,005 students as WAEC fees

In fulfillment of her promise to lessen the burden of parents in the academic pursuit of their children and wards, the Lagos State Government has paid the examination fees of 44,005 SSIII Students who sat for this year’s West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

Daily Trust

Lagos PDP rejects sole administrators for 57 councils

The Lagos State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), yesterday, kicked against the appointment of 57 sole administrators for the local governments and council development areas in the state.

Leadership

Fayose, APC Trade Words Over Ekiti Finances

Ekiti State governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose, has attributed the poor financial condition of the state and his inability to pay workers’ salaries to the huge debt profile inherited from the immediate past administration.

Tribune

Give peace a chance, ACF counsels Avengers

The Arewa Consultative Forum(ACF) has counselled the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) to give peace a chance,  embrace dialogue, as well as  stop  bombing government facilities.

The Nation

Banks seek N10,000 withdrawal limit

A proposal to limit the over the counter cash withdrawal by bank customers to N10,000 has been tabled before the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

 

 

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